Press Conference & Sign Holding for Immigrant and Refugee Rights 2/1/17

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Press conference planned, sign holders welcome 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. When: February 1, 2017, press conference at noon sharp. Where: U.S. District Court/ Federal Building Front Steps. 300 Ala Moana Blvd. What: Diverse civil groups and organizations, including the Muslim Association of Hawaii, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Hawaii Coalition for Immigrant Rights, […]

Free, public Maui meetup Th., 1/19/17

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Join ACLU Hawai‘i for a civil rights discussion on Thursday, January 19, 2017 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the University of Hawaii Maui College, Ka Lama 103. Hosted by the ACLU of Hawai‘i, the UHMC Human Services Department, and Maui Peace Action. Light refreshments, ADA-accessible. Walk-ins welcome. RSVPs help us plan: office@acluhawaii.org, or […]

2016 Annual Mtg & Bill of Rights Day Celebration 12/8/16

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Bill of Rights Day Celebration highlights civil rights & the Presidency, mass incarceration, and police surveillance. The evening of Th.,12/8/16, join us for a free, public event! Following the Annual Membership Meeting, get breaking updates on the work of your local ACLU, and a conversation on key issues facing Hawai‘i and the nation. SAFEGUARDING CIVIL […]

Deadline for mailed voter registration extended to comply with federal law

For more information, please visit our 2016 Voting Rights Guide online! The ACLU of Hawaiʻi learned that Monday, October 10, 2016, Hawaii’s deadline for voter registration applications for the upcoming General Election, also happened to fall on a Federal holiday (Discoverers’ Day) with no mail service. The Hawaiʻi Office of Elections, noting the conflicting dates, […]

New report details nationwide police use of facial recognition software

Read the report: https://www.perpetuallineup.org/ National ACLU statement: https://www.aclu.org/news/aclu-urges-justice-department-investigate-police-use-face-recognition Together with the ACLU national office and other affiliates, we welcome the Center on Privacy & Technology and Georgetown Law’s comprehensive report on government use of facial recognition technology in the United States. The report reveals that local governments’ use of this technology is—like the use of […]